It would also lend itself well to apprenticeships in Law, Engineering, Accountancy or Business.
Students seeking employment paths directly after Sixth Form could consider a role in the fields of Law, Social Services, the Police or business and finance.
Paper 1 – Nature of Law and the English Legal System – written examination counting for 25% of the overall grade.
Paper 2 – Substantive law in practice – written examination counting for 37.5% of the overall grade.
Paper 3 – Perspectives of substantive law – written examination counting for 37.5% of the overall grade.
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